Radiation therapy has been used to fight cancer for more than 100 years. An oncologist at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas explains its history and its future.
UVA and UVB rays from the sun can cause melanoma, a scary form of skin cancer that is diagnosed in one in 50 Americans in their lifetimes.
The surgical oncologists at UT Southwestern have the answers to your breast cancer questions, including "Why did I get breast cancer?"
A personal bond between you and your oncologist can be of benefit in your cancer treatment. A doctor at UT Southwestern Dallas discusses why he thinks it’s important to have a trusting relationship with your doctor.
The new cancer center set to open in Fort Worth will offer treatment and emotional support.
Some types of liver cancer are on the rise in the United States. The doctors at UT Southwestern in Dallas discuss the symptoms and types of liver cancer.
The affordability of a new genetic test that analyzes specific genes to determine breast and ovarian cancer risk will result in more women getting tested, but will those results be accurate?
Are we winning the war against cancer? A UT Southwestern physician explains advancements in cancer treatments and other positive signs of success in the fight against cancer.